Varun-Natasha wedding: From no phone to COVID tests, here's all about D Day
With fears of the COVID-19 pandemic still hovering around, this wedding is going to be a private affair.
Another lovely couple from Bollywood will be getting married within a short period. Yes, we are talking about Varun Dhawan and Natasha Dalal here. The childhood sweethearts are all set to walk down the aisle on 24th January 2021. Multiple reports about the big fat Indian wedding has been doing rounds on social media. Right from the couple selecting a beach resort for their D-Day to Natasha’s strict order about phones on the venue, a lot of information is already out.
With just a day remaining for the couple to tie the knot, curious buffs are super excited to know about their fairytale wedding. While the respective families of the soon-to-be weds have already reached the location, the festivities have also reportedly begun in the same. With fears of the COVID-19 pandemic still hovering around, this wedding is going to be a private affair. However, we do have some vital information related to their D-Day which we will be sharing with you now.
Here’s all you need to know
The couple will be tying the knot at a plush beach resort named The Mansion which is situated in Alibaug. The venue has been decided by Varun and Natasha and is located in a quaint village. Both the families included some of the guests have already reached there ahead of the wedding festivities. Moreover, the accommodation of the guests has also been done in the villas present there.
Varun Dhawan’s outfit
The actor’s stylist Akshay Tyagi had earlier dropped hints about the soon-to-be groom’s attire on the wedding day. During an interaction with the Times of India, Tyagi stated that Varun will opt for something which is very subtle and simple. However, he did not rule out the fact that the actor might also opt for a suit.
Natasha Dalal’s strict No Phone policy
We had earlier exclusively learned that the bride-to-be doesn’t want their photos to be leaked on social media and hence, the No Phone policy. Not only that but the phones of all the household staff and hotel staff are also said to be sealed. However, there is no confirmation if the same policy applies to all the 50 guests who will be present there.
COVID-19 rules and regulations
Each and every individual who will be present at the wedding venue has been asked to take the COVID-19 tests and submit the results to the wedding planners. Moreover, a counter consisting of masks and sanitizers will also be made available for everyone. Apart from that UVC disinfecting devices have been also placed at various places.